Anton Bruckner (1824-1896)
In the last fifteen years of his life, Anton Bruckner composed his final three symphonies, numbers 7 through 9, and his final large-scale sacred choral works, the Te Deum and Psalm 150. Symphony No. 7 brought Bruckner his first real success, and it remains one of his most popular and most performed works. Bruckner was still working on Symphony No. 9 when he died, and it was left unfinished.